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Isaac Newton Trust

 

'Personal information’ means any information which relates to or identifies you as an individual.

So far as the Trust’s funding activities are concerned, this information is normally limited to: name; Department or Faculty; email address(es); and professional profile (c.v.) as relevant to an application for a grant or fellowship.

The following pages specifically relate to the uses the Trust makes of your personal information while you are an applicant for an award, or an award holder with the Isaac Newton Trust:

Who will process my personal information?

What personal information will be processed?

What is the purpose and legal basis of the processing?

Who will my personal information be shared with?

How long is my information kept?

How can I access my personal information?

Who can I contact?

How does the Trust's policy relate to other information about data protection?

The Isaac Newton Trust follows the procedures adopted by the University of Cambridge for the collection, processing, sharing and storage of personal data, which meet the requirements of the EU GDPR regulations.

The Trust’s holdings of personal data are recorded in the University’s Information Asset Register (IAR).

Updates to the Trust's GDPR information

This statement was updated in May 2018. It is reviewed when necessary and at least annually. Any changes will be published here and you will be notified via this webpage and/or by email.